The Santa Barbara View is Santa Barbara’s online home for information, commentary, and conversation. It’s a website for informed opinion writing and thoughtful analysis about the stories, events, and people that shape Santa Barbara, California. Daily posts are enhanced by an interactive and engaged online audience.
SBView.com is an online magazine focused on the quality-of-life issues, people, places, events, and pastimes that affect our community mosaic. It’s a place for civil, thought-provoking and high-quality public discussion, and a respectful airing of different points of view.
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The Comment Policy of the Santa Barbara View:
Moderators will delete or edit comments that include the following transgressions:
- Antagonization of a columnist or an editor, who provide free content, in any way, shape or form
- Abusive, off-topic, use excessive foul language
- An ad hominem attack
- Racist, sexist, homophobic and other slurs
- Solicitations and/or advertising for other websites
- Thread spamming
- Inclusion of personal information
- Are posted with the explicit intention of provoking other commenters, moderators, editors, or authors
- Impersonation of a person or entity
If your comment is flagged by a reader or editor for violating the comment policy (above) all future comments will be sent into the queue for moderation and delayed.
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